Fraud warning

We’ve become aware of unauthorized individuals who are falsely using the Baker Hughes name and/or logo in an attempt to solicit fees from potential job seekers. These individuals have been notifying Baker Hughes employees and applicants their qualifications were found suitable to work for the company. These unauthorized individuals are attempting to solicit the transfer of money in exchange for expediting the recruiting process.

Please note these communications are fraudulent. These communications do not originate from Baker Hughes and are not associated with the recruitment process.

Baker Hughes and its affiliates do not charge candidates fees or payments of any kind at any point during recruiting. As a precaution, we recommend you do not disclose personal or financial details to anyone as a response to an unsolicited e-mail request.

At times, Baker Hughes may engage recruiting or placement agencies to assist us in filling specific positions. If you’re contacted by Baker Hughes or one of these agencies, you should never be asked to pay a fee for recruiting.

Baker Hughes and our partners will always send e-mail from an identifiable corporate account and never from a public email account, such as Yahoo!™, Gmail™, Google™, or Hotmail™.

If you’re contacted regarding a fraudulent employment proposal, we encourage you to alert your local law enforcement agency/police authority.

Baker Hughes shall not be liable for any loss, actions, debts, claims, and/ or demands of any kind whatsoever that may arise as a result of this recruitment scam.

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Al Riddle - Vice President Legal, Products and Technology